Marcus Maddison completed a late deadline day move to Bolton Wanderers Football Club when he signed on loan until the end of the season.
The hugely-talented winger, who has the eye for an audacious goal, made his name at Peterborough United where he netted 62 goals in 249 appearances for the London Road outfit.
Born in Durham, he came through the youth ranks at Newcastle United before playing for Blyth Spartans, St Johnstone and Gateshead.
He then joined The Posh in the summer of 2014 where he enjoyed a six-year spell before signing for Hull City on a six-month loan in January 2020.
Later that year he completed a permanent move to Charlton Athletic where he made ten appearances, netting twice in his short time at The Valley.
Commenting about his move to the University of Bolton Stadium, Maddison said: “As soon as I heard Bolton Wanderers were interested in me they immediately became my Number One choice.
“Bolton are a big club and are in a position where they shouldn’t be. I am going to do my best to help get them back to where they belong.
“As a winger, goals and assists are a huge part of my game and I’m really looking forward to playing for the club.
A delighted Wanderers Manager Ian Evatt told bwfc.co.uk: “Marcus is a fantastic talent and is a player I have long admired.
“He brings quality to the squad and will be a big player for us for the remainder of the season.”